one of my rhode island reds was acting a little odd last night, and when I got home from work today, still acting odd. So I began to investigate. Not moving around much. She just stood in one spot for probably 15 ninutes while the others roamed. Then she sat on the perch in the run all by herself, constantly looking like shes falling asleep. Noticed she has liquidy stool and there seems to be pretty good contracting going on back there as well. I got some nice warm water and got her in there and massaged her abdomen for about 10 minutes before she decided she was done with that. Then a bit later, I got her back in some more warm water for another 10 minutes maybe. It possibly feels like there is an egg when I massage the abdomen...Anyway, after that she wouldn't even let me dry her off, she just went straight in the coop and up to the roost. Any ideas? I've heard this doesn't take long to be fatal. I got electrolyte mix and fresh water for her but she wont touch it. She is eating a little grass when shes out, but not a ton. They have a dish of oyster shells that they obviously have consumed. And I have been feeding layer feed for at least a month now (they just started laying just over a month ago). Thanks in advance!